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Revealing the dark side of a bright exciton polariton condensate

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Menard, Jean-Michel ; Pöllmann, Christoph ; Porer, Michael ; Leierseder, Ursula ; Galopin, E. ; Lemaître, A. ; Amo, A. ; Bloch, J. ; Huber, Rupert
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Condensation of bosons causes spectacular phenomena such as superfluidity or superconductivity. Understanding the nature of the condensed particles is crucial for active control of such quantum phases. Fascinating possibilities emerge from condensates of light–matter-coupled excitations, such as exciton–polaritons, photons hybridized with hydrogen-like bound electron–hole pairs. So far, only the ...


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